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About 111 results for "sipah e sahaba"

Silence Of A Few Good Men

On the spot, goli maar denichahiye. These are the words of Alama Kokab Noorani, who with menacing emphasis told the nation, that anyone who even starts a conversation about Ahmedis should be killed on national, primetime television. The episode ... The Nation Pakistan, 2 days ago

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Times of India

US backs India's Afghan role, asks Pak to curb terror

WASHINGTON: Pakistan's concerns on India's role in Afghanistan are "overestimated", a top Obama administration official said on Tuesday and warned that the country will not have a "bright future" unless it takes action against terror groups like ...
 Times of India1 week ago US snubs Pakistan, says Islamabad's concerns on Indian role in Afghanistan overestimated  Times of India1 week ago

Shias Feel the Heat of State Repression

Dr Syed Shihabudeen comments on the ethnic divisions in Pakistan. The country is home to 40 million Shias and they are worst victims of state repression Muharaam procession, one of the most prominent religiious events in the Shia calendar, in ...
 Asian Lite1 week ago
NDTV

Rs 300-mn Pak aid to madrasa linked to Afghan Taliban

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Government has allocated Rs 300 million in its budget to a madrasa known as the University of Jehad that has top Afghan Taliban leaders among its alumni, including its former chief Mullah Omar. I am proudly announcing that ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Pakistan Province Grants 300 Million Rupees To 'University of Jihad'  NDTV1 week ago Pakistan grants Rs 300m to 'University of jihad'  Times of India1 week ago Pak Grants Rs 300 Mn to Madrassa Linked to Afghan Taliban  Outlook India1 week ago
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India Blooms

Peripheral Consolidation

Amidst surge in violence and talks with the Afghan Taliban hitting a roadblock, the Afghan Government signed a draft peace agreement with the Hezb-e-Islami (HeI) led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar on May 18, 2016. The draft agreement was signed by HeI ...
 India Blooms2 weeks ago
Daily Outlook

Resurfacing of banned terrorist outfits in Pakistan with new eponym

Pakistan army, under Gen. Zia took advantage of Afghan war (1979-89) and created monsters of militant orthodox Islamic organizations to stay in power as well as to please USA and Saudi Arabia with the sole aim of eliciting arms and petro dollars ...
 Meri News2 weeks ago Re-emergence of Banned Parties in Pakistan  Daily Outlook2 weeks ago How Islamabad failed to block terror groups from resurfacing: Pak daily  India Today3 weeks ago Pak failed to check resurfacing of banned terror groups: Report  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Memri.org

Defense Of Pakistan Conference: 'If India Provides Aid To America And Israel To Launch Drone Strikes On Pakistan's Nuclear Program... Then No City In India Will Remain Safe'

, a U.S. drone strike killed Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor in Ahmad Wal in the Nushki district of Pakistan's Baluchistan province. Although Baluchistan, and especially the capital of Quetta, has been a safe haven for the leaders of the ...
 Memri.org3 weeks ago What Was Mullah Mansour Doing in Iran?  Anbaaonline1 month ago

South Asia Intelligence Review, Volume 14, No. 49

Data and assessments from SAIR can be freely published in any form with credit to the South Asia Intelligence Review of the Print S. Binodkumar Singh Research Associate, Amidst surge in violence and talks with the Afghan Taliban hitting a ...
 South Asian Terrorism Portal3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Profile: Abdul Rehman Rauf Of Jaish-e-Mohammad

Abdul Rehman Rauf is the second in command in the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM)'s power hierarchy and is arguably the most important person in charge of taking key decisions in the outfit. He has played key role in several terrorist attacks carried out on ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago

Govt bans 60 organizations to collect Sadqa-o-Fitr

ISLAMABAD: The government has banned as many as sixty organizations across the country and their bank accounts were frozen before the start of Holy month of Ramadan. Ban has been imposed on these organizations for receiving any sort of sadqa-o-fitr ...
 Online News Pakistan3 weeks ago Govt bans 60 organisations from receiving sadqa, fitrana  Daily Times3 weeks ago
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